'Right to be forgotten': independent.co.uk articles where Google UK search results have been affected

Sunday 15 November 2015 18:22
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Google was forced to act by a European data protection ruling
Google was forced to act by a European data protection ruling

A 2014 European Court of Justice ruling obliges Google in the UK to avoid pointing at web articles where individuals complain successfully about 'outdated or irrelevant' information.

The following articles, which often pre-date the May 2014 ruling, have been affected. They are listed by the date of notification, with the most recent on top.

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